Purslane Extract (Portulaca oleraceais)

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Purslane, Portulaca oleraceais, is a succulent like annual plant that originated in Persian and Indian cultures. While in the US purslane is considered a weed, many other cultures use purslane as a healthy part of their cuisine. Purslane is considered a weed because it can grow almost anywhere from a cracked sidewalk to infiltrating local gardens. According to University of Illinois Extension, purslane can be quite easy to grow as it is fairly drought resistant. Portulaca extract anti-allergic efficacy and "chamomile extract" and "10% dipotassium glycyrrhizinate powder" similar, but it also has anti-dry winter in the aging, increase skin comfort and scavenging free radicals, improve skin comfort such as the comprehensive performance.


1. Portulaca Oleracea Extract can Reduce high body temperature and a cure for dysentery and toxic elimination: anti-blood cell coagulation effect, anti-hypertensive effect.
2. Portulaca Oleracea Extract Can supposed to cool 'heat in the liver' and to be excellent for hot agues, and all pains in the head 'proceeding from the heat, want of sleep or the frenzy, and also tostop haemorrhages.  
3. Portulaca Oleracea Extract can allay excessive heat,and applied to the eyes to remove inflammation.


1. Applied in the food field, it has become a new raw material which used in food and beverage industry;
2. Applied in the health product field;
3. Applied in the pharmaceutical field;
4.Applied in the cosmetic field can resist external stimulus to the skin;

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